Freezing your behind off in the middle of nowhere in a tent can really test a person's spirit. Maybe that’s what you want, you...
We take a look at 5 of the best survival bracelets for 2018. A length of cord might not seem like it would have that many uses but could prove vital.
We look at 5 of the best survival compasses for 2018. Good compasses weigh next to nothing and fit in your pocket. Sometimes throwback technology outperforms the new stuff.
These packs can be a lot more convenient than traditional methods but you don't want to get stuck with crappy gear. That's why we've taken a look at some of the best hydration packs for hiking and outdoors.
Machetes can be used to cut branches to make a shelter, to chop up firewood and to hack through undergrowth. And, yes, they could also be used for self-defence in the event of an attack. We take a look at 5 of the best machetes for survival and outdoor use.
Getting lost in the dark is never fun which is why an LED headlamp is something you'd probably want to consider buying . With so many different headlamps on the market, it can be difficult to choose the right one. We took a look at some of the best available.
Two way radios may seem archaic in the days of Skype and cell phones but when your “smart” phone goes stupid and loses signal a two way radio can help you stay in contact. We take a look at some of the best 2 way radios for 2018.
Insects are generally a nuisance while camping and hiking outdoors. Some insects carry pathogenic viruses and bacteria. West Nile, Zika, Malaria, and Lyme Disease are just a few of the pathogens that insects carry. Bites causing these infections often require medical treatment.
Nothing can ruin your camping experience more quickly than not having the necessary tools available. Although the best multitool may differ from person to person, every camper should consider them an indispensable piece of gear.
Check out these cool camping accessories that will transform your drab, basic campsite into an awesome (perhaps even high-tech) home-away-from-home that will make your friends jealous.
When looking for the best outdoor watch, is simply telling the time enough? Certainly, a watch should reliably tell the time, but how much more do you need it to do when you are out in the woods?